How rich is Neal Brennan?
Neal Brennan Net Worth:
|Birth date:||October 19, 1973|
|Height:||5' 11" (1.8 m)|
|Profession:||Stand-up comedian, Writer, Producer, Director|
|Education:||Film school at NYU|
|Siblings:||Kevin Brennan, Sheila Krezwick|
|Awards:||ESPY Award (2011)|
|Nominations:||Emmy Awards (2004)|
|Movies:||"Half Baked" (writer (writer), 1998), "The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard" (writer (writer), 2009), "Get Him to the Greek" (2010)|
|TV shows:||"Singled Out", "Bzzz!", "All That", "Kenan & Kel" (writer (writer), 1997), "The Champs", "Chappelle's Show", (writer and director (writer and director), 2003–2004), "Totally Awesome"(writer (writer), director, 2006) "Singled Out" (writer (writer), 1996), "All That" (writer (writer), 1996–1997)|
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His net got the net worth as co-creator and co-writer of the “Chappelle’s Show.” His net was also director of “Live Hard, Sell Hard” movie including a director and writer of “Singled Out.” His net was born in 1974, Brooklyn, New York.
Neal Brennan Net Worth $5 Million
Kevin Brennan, the older brother of Neal was a comic and also a writer. Neal used to attend Kevin’s performances therefore get a chance to hang around comics like Dave Attel, David Juskow, and Mike Royce. After dropping out of school, Neal got a doorman job at Boston Comedy Club where he became friends with Dave Chappelle, a frequent performer at that club.
In 1992, Neal performed his advent stand-up comedy. He did not perform again until 1997. In this time around, he was also composing for The Source Magazine. In 1995, he went to Los Angeles and worked as writer for the Jenny McCarthy Relationship Show. He then got composing occupations for Game Show Bzzz!, Teen Sitcom Kenan and Kel along with Sketch Comedy-Variety Show.
Neal Brennan and Chappelle collaborated and produced the movie Half Baked in 1997. The film received negative reviews but is considered a cult classic on the list of stoners community. In 2002, they teamed up again to co-write and co-create Chappelle’s Show, which was a hit. In 2004, Neal was nominated for 3 Emmy Awards for his great work as a writer, producer and director. Chappelle’s Show was subsequently the highest-rated program on Comedy Central.